♪ ♪ >> hello, everyone, i'm kimberly guilfoyle along with juan williams, jess canny waters, dana perino and greg gutfeld. it's 5:00 in new york city and this is the five. ♪ ♪ >> kimberly: we begin with the breaking news today in the special counsel's russia probe. 13 russians and three russian entities have been charged with an elaborate plot to interfere with our 2016 presidential election. deputy attorney general rod rosenstein made the announcement earlier and there is a lot to break down. chief intelligence correspondent catherine herridge has all the details. catherine? >> well, thanks, kimberly. i was at that news conference at main justice department headquarters here
in washington when they released this 37-page indictment. the charges with against 13 russian nationals. three russian organizations for allegedly defrauding the united states but specifically the illegal use of social media to interfere in the election and in this particular case to support the candidacy of donald trump and to disparage hillary clinton. one of the key things we learned today that this operation really predates the confirmation of either of the leading candidates in the presidential election. it began in 2014 which is when it was seeded in st. petersburg, russia by an individual who is closely aligned with the russian president. but then it really kicked off and picked up steam in mid 2016 when they took about 5 dozen people and specifically tasked them with the russian interference in our election. here's the deputy attorney general from earlier today. >> there is no allegation in this indictment that any american was a knowing participant. there is no allegation in
the indictment that the charged conduct altered the outcome of the 2016 election. >> i have read the indictment twice now. it's important to note that anyone who is conducted to the trump campaign is unidentified in the indictment. they are referred to simply as members, volunteers, or supporters of the trump pain. since that announcement today, the president has put out a tweet and it reads in part: russia started their anti--u.s. campaign in 2014, long before i announced that i would run for president. the results of the election were not impacted. the trump campaign did nothing wrong. no collusion. the deputy attorney general made clear today that at least on this digital piece they found the russian interference but they did not find any american was willingly cooperating with the russians to amplify that effort. but the deputy attorney general was silent on other outstanding issues that may remain in the russia case, kimberly. >> kimberly: all right, catherine. thank you so much.
>> you're welcome. >> kimberly: tremendous developments today and in a way unexpected that this was going to come out today. quite revealing and a number of people indicted. what is your take away? >> dana: couple of things. while there are lots of leaks in other parts of the government, the bob mueller investigation, it pretty is air tight. like nobody knew it was coming. in fact, when the press conference was announced, it was happening at 1:15. pretty much nobody knew what it was about. some people speculated that rod rosenstein was going to resign, obviously that didn't happen and actually today's development probably ensures that rod rosenstein is not in any danger of being fired any time soon. i think it also proves that mitt romney was right. remember in the campaign when he said to president obama that the russians were geopolitical enemy and obama dismissed it turns out that in 2014, this is when all of this started. we do know that everybody has been saying that the russians try to do this all the time. >> kimberly: sure.
>> dana: it's possible that maybe the obama administration was monitoring it in 2014 and didn't think it was that big of deal. it certainly ramps up. as juan has said before, there is frustration on behalf of the democrats that the president seemed to not have done more at the time. i think it's a solid indictment. i also think that it proves that russian meddling was not a hoax. and so because the global threat hearing that happened this week -- there was a focus on this about what is happening in 2018, hopefully now and the president says in his statement today or the press secretary's statement that this is a time for everybody to work together to figure out a way to push back against the russians. also, for those of you twitter box in st. petersburg tweeting my during the election, i could say it but i won't. i won't. but it really -- it was a horrible thing to go through. all of -- anybody who was. >> kimberly: targeted. >> dana: part of the campaign or reporting on the campaign considered influential was absolutely bombarded by these jerks.
>> kimberly: now they have gotten to the bottom of it. there has been expeditious justifiable with these indictments. greg, i want to talk to you a second with the president coming out right away with his own communication strategy in terms of tweeting about it and putting the postmark back to 2014 saying, look, this does not invalidate the authenticity, legitimacy of my campaign, my election as united states president. and this predated anything as it relates to my campaign. >> gregg: interesting to see how the goal post are being moved. the people celebrating, this pretending that meddling is collusion is being dishonest. anybody who says this is proof of anything beyond meddling is lying. look, russians meddling is their baseball. that's their past time. as somebody. >> apple pie and meddling. >> gregg: as somebody married to a russian i know that's the case. she happens to be in moscow right now. i don't know if that's the coincidence. >> kimberly: she is getting a quickie divorce. >> gregg: here is the deal.
they coordinated rallies to support trump. they coordinated rallies to protest trump. so there is like that weird character in a soap opera that's trying to like break up a married couple and sew discord among them and make their lives ruined. we know this is what they do. they are the globe's trolls. we have to be very stoke abouvery stoicabout this stuff. screaming at each other about whether the russians did this and were we involved or were we colluding? they were winning. this what is the poll point. that's why they supported trump and that's why they supported the protesters. that's why they go after you. and that's why they start putting out emails this way. >> kimberly: that's what they do. they have been doing it forever. >> gregg: remember rocky and bull winkle who were the villains natasha and boris. we knew this when they were kids. when we allow them to separate us, that was a problem. it's a problem we can't do
to them because they only have a single ideology which is being russian. >> dana: they don't really have elections. >> jesse: 99.9% of the vote was rigged. >> gregg: we are plagued by team sport politics that divides on every issue and they know that. they know how to pick the teams and have them go at each other just like a soap opera villain. i almost admire it. >> kimberly: you almost do. i really appreciate the reference natasha and boris. what do you make from the communications piece from the president and press secretary? >> jesse: he said there is no collusion. it doesn't look like there is any whiting collusion and that was very specific. for people saying there may have been collusion in the indictment, i read the indictment, it was a little boring. not very sexy. at the end it said. >> kimberly: that's what the dossier is for. [laughter] >> dana: you like that one? >> jesse: russians emailed a trump campaign official three times offering locations in florida to have
a rally. it does not even mention if the trump campaign official emailed back. so, that's all you have. they communicated unwittingly. it could have been oneway communication. i'm not going to say there was no collusion yet. there is still no evidence of collusion according to this indictment. what they did was basically information warfare. they set up a bunch of bots. only in the tens of millions of dollars. not that expensive. they buy a bunch of ads on facebook. and when you think of how sophisticated it was, it wasn't that sophisticated. it was rudimentary. they would hire a person to dress up like hillary, put a little blonde wig on and wear a prison jumpsuit and stand at a trump rally. so when i was -- id ask one of these people do you want to do an enter she said yes. and now i understand why. >> gregg: that really happened? >> jesse: she was paid. to your point, too. >> kimberly: you're going to be called to testify. way to go.
>> jesse: this was pro-trump for a while and pro-bernie sanders for a while and anti-hillary and then it became anti-trump after the election. so the point was to sow discord and that was effective. i would say the democrats are helping the russians sow discord because of the dossier. because of the constant accusations of treason. and if you boil it all up, i would say dossier and these crazy allegations and the billion dollars hillary spent on advertising and the biased mainstream media propaganda was much more influential than a few hundred twitter bots and few silly rallies held in new york city after the election. >> kimberly: all right, juan, let me guess, you see it differently. >> juan: i do. i think we have a situation where we don't know the end jest jess i agree. >> juan: still midstream in terms of what mueller is doing. >> jesse: i agree. >> juan: i would say as we heard from rod rosenstein there is no direct evidence of any complicity by any person in the trump
campaign. we don't know they said at times, for example, you had people in the trump campaign who would retweet a lot of the efforts that were being made by the russians. but, again, unknowingly. had people suggesting to them target these swing states go. after virginia. look at colorado, et cetera. again, maybe not knowing that you are dealing with russians who are interfering. the big point that i would register here as the take away is that president trump has said repeatedly that this is fake news. this is a fraud. there was no russian interference in this election. well now we know. they are definitely the intelligence community has said it. robert mueller has said it we have got an indictment. there was russian interference in the 2016 election. >> he is referring to collusion. >> juan: no. >> can have your meddling, that's what he is saying. you know what he meant. he said i wasn't involved. i wasn't involved. i had nothing to do with this. i won fair and square. that's what he is saying. the fact that russians helped us win is a hoax is what he is saying. >> juan: that's not true. russians did help him win.
>> no, no. that did not effect the outcome of the election, juan. >> gregg: they didn't say that. >> juan: russians were promoting propaganda -- >> gregg: it didn't effect the election. >> juan: it did. the way we talk. >> gregg: broadening the word effect. >> juan: they are behind the hacking of hillary clinton's campaign and john podesta spreading of rumors that gets picked up by mainstream media that followed the business of her email and all that. that's all amplified by what the russians were doing. but on a fun level, i disagree with you, jesse, i think it is a fun 37-page read, because they got -- you talk about dressing up like hillary, put her in a cage, lock her up. i think that's pretty hilarious. then they got this thing about if you are awoke black personal, clinton is satan and we can't vote for the lesser of two devils. and they have also big supporters of jill stein is
who i think might be in some trouble herself. i think when you look at the way that they approach our election and us as an american people, they think that we are kind of dumb cuffs. greg greg the reason is, juan, they don't have the vulnerabilities that we have. there is no way we can do this. now, we can go mess with ukraine and do things like that and by the way we do do those things. so they look at us and they go -- i have a feeling they look at what they are doing as defensive maneuvers finding out things to protect them which is what a lot of people do, not condoning it the interesting thing to me is i grew up in the 70's. i remember how cold warriors were so mocked by the left academy achetheacademia. it is so refreshing to see all these democrats come out saying how evil this evil empire is.
it's a little too late. >> jesse: i would like to add to that because under obama's watch you had russia invade ukraine. set up military bases and prop up assad when they gassed their own people. they shipped weapons and anti-aircraft missiles to iran. obama didn't do that much. he wasn't that tough on russia. and all of a sudden from 2014 until 2017, a few hundred russians, with maybe 10 to $20 million, shed a little diswarfare retweeted a bunch of propaganda. now all of a sudden therein are indictments four years later and everyone is crying like it's a new cold war. i just feel like when we really needed the democrats to help republicans fight the cold war, they were nowhere to be found. but the minute you start. >> kimberly: they mocked romney. >> jesse: with hillary. then it's like have you got to fight these guys. >> kimberly: nevertheless, there will be a geopolitical fallout and also in areas like syria.
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prevented weapons' deadly school attack. shocking admission from the bureau. it failed to act on a tip received just last month from a person close to accused florida gunman nikolas cruz. more now from phil keating live from the scene in parkland, phil. >> hi, jesse, new information minutes ago from the broward county sheriff specifically about the accused mass murderer that many flags, warning flags were up long before weapons afternoon's terror inside that high school. and the fbi special agent in charge down here also addressing today's stunning admission that today's preeminent law enforcement agency completely dropped the ball with prior warnings. sheriff scott israel says many clues were out there just in this county alone about 19-year-old nikolas cruz. >> we have uncovered at the broward's sheriff's office that we have had approximately 24 service
last four years regarding the killer. every one of these calls to service will be looked at and scrutinized. >> in washington fbi director christopher wray acknowledging publicly today that on january 5th, last month, the fbi was told by a person close to shooting suspect cruz about his erratic behavior, love of guns and specific potential to carry out a school shooting. the fbi's miami field office should have received that information up the chain of command as a potential threat to life. to follow up and investigate. it did not happen. five weeks later, 17 students and teachers are now dead. and former student 19-year-old nikolas cruz is charged with 17 counts of first degree murder. fbi director christopher wray apologizing, quote: we have spoken with victims and families and deeply regret the additional pain this causes all those affected by this horrific tragedy. and republican governor rick scott up in tallahassee who
was at the school wednesday within hours of the massacre quickly sent out this very terse statement. the fbi's failure to action action against this killer is unacceptable. 17 innocent people are dead and acknowledging a mistake isn't going to cut it. the fbi director needs to resign. also getting word from the sun sentinel who interviewed the school superintendent robert runcie, that the crime scene, the three story behind me which is known as the freshman building and most of their classes are there that's why so many of these victims were just 14 years old, they will never have to return to that building, any of the survivors. it is going to be demolished. back to you. >> thank you, phil. all right, kimberly, this makes me so upset. we know the full responsibility is on the shooter. at the same time, if you get a call into the field office in miami and you know the person is a close person not
a random person and goes through the list, has a weapon, motivated to possibly shoot up a school. disturbing behavior on social media, and you don't act, what could possibly be the explanation for not following up? >> kimberly: you know, i don't know. i'm sure they are going to lay awake at night upset and tormented over it this is why we have the fbi to follow up on details like, this to follow up on leads to, you know, chase them down to prevent this type of thing from happening. it's not like this is something that is unfamiliar to us in terms of school shootings. and people usually do indicate and show some signs and make some overtures whether through communications, social media or otherwise, or do something where they tell somebody what they are about to do. so there is opportunities to be able to try to prevent something like this from happening. and when you think about it, like this should have been chased down. they should have and could have done better in a situation like this. because quite frankly all the elements were there the statements, the intention, the ability to carry it out. the specifics of it in terms
of being, you know, school shooter, somebody who was coming from a troubled background. people who had said that they were making complaints and saying this was a disturbed individual. so this is a particular case that should have gotten the focus and attention, obviously. >> jesse: what kind of accountability would you like to see here at the fbi, juan? >> juan: you have to look at the protocols how to handle these situations so in the future you don't have a repeat. i'm a little slower. i think the fbi does a good job on daily basis and has more responsibilities than ever in terms of dealing with terrorism and the like and changing nature threats to our society. as i understand it, i think the call came nationally and was not directed to the local field office. so, that's the question. why wasn't it. and it was two instances in one case there was some kind of video -- visual screen grab that they couldn't find the address. >> jesse: from the youtube address. >> second was the phone call. two instances. we that have been sufficient for someone to put that
puzzle together hey now we have got two now on this. let's look at this. you have got to remember you will have people call and say somebody is really a nut. i think that guy has gahanna. i know rooft gun owners would say that's unnecessary. they should not be pursuing or interfering with my rights. it's a little bit of a delegate dance. i do not understand the governor of florida saying that the fbi director should be thrown out. i just think they are looking for scapegoats at that point. somebody may have to go. somebody may lose a job. i don't see it as the fbi director. a. >> jesse: maybe not the director but the fbi doesn't have a good track record we had fort hood, the boston bombing, the orlando nightclub shooting where the fbi had contact or knew about something and was unable to act to prevent tragedy. how do you see it? >> dana: i agree they have to look at all their protocols. also i would be curious about the sharing of information between local police and the fbi. the sheriff just said they had 20 calls into the local office about him. so is there a way that you can know -- there are 20 calls into the local office and then the fbi gets a
call. is there a way to make that connection because behind site is 2020. hindsight is 2020. easy to look back all the places they missed. i said yesterday i think the fbi needs a lot more resources. >> jesse: money and resources. greg? >> greg: you have got it look back. this is why quick emotional responses to events rarely turn out correct. when you step back rationally, look at what -- look at what's happening, look back, you find out very disturbing things. and this is very disturbing for a lot of reasons. number one, i said this before when you tell somebody if they see something, say something. then you better do something. because we're taking a risk. when you see something and you say something, you're taking a risk. that person could come back and get you. and if the law enforcement is not there after they implore you to do, this then what good are you at that point? and, you know, i know like you said, it is really hard to chase down leads, because
80% of the time, probably 90% of the time they're just losers in a basement. and we know this working in television, we have all had threats. we have all dealt with law enforcement. i have been in situations where the threat is absolutely real. where the person comes to the city. i have had threats, we all had them that were nothing. but the point is, it is hard, but that's why they do the job. we're not allowed to do. this we're not allowed to go pursue threats because we would go to jail. it's up to them. if i knew that there was a kid on my street that was getting 20 local calls that had a large gun or putting in 20 calls that was planning on doing this, i can't stop him myself because i could go to jail. so i need law enforcement to do this. so i -- it's hard to find sympathy. i understand is that there are mistakes. it's a shame they were wrong on this one. >> jesse: it is. >> juan: one thing before i go, last night at the vigil
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united states senate because i believe i can help bring utah's values and utah's lessons to washington. >> dana: so the former governor of massachusetts with utah roots hoping to fill the seats of retiring utah senator orrin hatch. greg, i will go to you first. he made the ad that he released today was very utah-focused. he is not worried about washington but trying to run in his state. >> greg: you talking to me? i doubt a scandal is going to bring down mitt. we have exclusive tape he said jolly geez darn when he stubbed his toe. democrats have to remember how awful they treated this very good man in order to reelect their guy who didn't deserve re-election. they made this guy seem like the devil over being a bully when he was a child. putting his dog on top of a roof. there were all these things they did. >> jesse: binders full of women when he was actually
talking about all the capable women he was going to hire. my point is that's why it's hard to take their deeply venomous attack on trump seriously because if it wasn't trump, whoever would it have been if it was rick perry or marco rubio, they would be just as vicious. >> dana: what do you think, juan? >> greg: he agrees. >> juan: what i see venomous attacks on hillary clinton in the last campaign. >> greg: she deserved it. >> juan: i'm very interested in this mitt romney run the quick criticism would be he is a carpet bagger. you heard this from the republican party in utah. mitt romney wasn't born here. kids weren't born here. threw in something very odd mitt romney doesn't shop here. mitt romney reached out to him mitt romney is committed to utah and make a hyper local campaign. that's why as you were pointing out this is all about, as you saw in the ad, that he is a person who is
rooted in utah. donald trump the other side. he talks about respective intlactions with people. donald trump maybe unlike orrin hatch and jason chaffetz. donald trump will say i don't want this guy. danel deign i remember ronan back in the 2012 campaign. i can't remember his name. >> rimy. he has been around the block. he nos attacks are going to come from the right and the left. >> kimberly: i think he will do quite well, to be quite honest. is he very statesmanlike and measured. reasonable man standard. you feel self-soothed when you listen to him speak. he is very patriotic american. he has served this country well and admirablably. he was unfairly chastised and criticized when he brought up the emphasis of
russia and impact they have had in terms of elections. roundly criticized for it and turned out he was right. i think he is well positioned at this time to take the mantel there. he is very popular in utah. i don't think he is going to have any issues. really ultimately i think he will prevail and take that seat. >> dana: polling, jesse, he was up on his democratic opponent by like 65 points. >> jesse: going to be landslide city to juan's point. i wouldn't run on the carpet bagger thing. is he going to be a huge asset to the republican party in the senate. he self-finances. he is a great messenger. he is polished. professional. great-looking on television. and talks about taxes and economics better than i think anybody in the senate right now. i dislike what he said about trump. how he was a phony and chart ton, totally disagree with him on that. hopefully he has risen above that he will be baited by the mainstream media every
single day to say something negative about donald trump to get to the senate. president is just as sensitive, i think, probably more. >> dana: they will try to bait the president too. >> jesse: exactly can't k. not fall for it. deign contain bigger news is kevin cramer of north dakota has decided to get in that race. this means that republicans have an opportunity to pick up. heidi heitcamp won. landing that recruit was a big deal. the fate of the dreamers remains in limbo after the senate rejects four plans to save them from deportation. so what now next? ♪ heartache on the dance floor ♪ moving through my mind ♪ (female vo) breaking news from washington as lawmakers;
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a timely issue over dreamers block by the senate yesterday. the president, of course, pointing fingers at my party, the democrats. he tweeted, quote: cannot believe how badly daca recipients have been treated by democrats. totally abandoned. republicans are still working hard. just a couple more weeks to go until the march 5th daca dead ryan. so, jesse, you hav -- deadline. you have now where they are asking the supreme court to look at the local courts which were trying to say that trump was acting illegally in ending daca. have you got basically a stall on capitol hill. what do you see -- what's coming? >> jesse: i don't know what's coming but i don't see a deal coming. the parties are so far apart on this issue and republicans have offered so much to the democrats and they're still saying no. think about it offering 1.8 million amnesty with border wall funding. they are not even putting ending chain migration or ending the lottery on the table. and the democrats are still
saying no. i don't know what more the republicans can offer aside just dealing with the dreamers alone independently and no border wall funding in order to get the democrats to say yes. >> juan: dana, in fact, what you see is that the president's proposal includes cuts to legal immigration. >> right. >> juan: the "wall street journal" this morning said hey, president steve miller and they have to back off because the democrats have offered many for a wall plus the pathway for the dreamers. >> well, i have to say infrastructure week has been amazing. >> kimberly: hasn't it. >> dana: this was supposed to be infrastructure week. i don't think the dreamers are going to buy what president trump is tweeting. i think they are going to stick with the democrats and think that is where they have the best bet when the president said he would take the heat for both the left and the right to get that dial done i thought it was smart. is he one of the only politicians that can
actually stand the heat and survive out of it right now it looks like they are not willing to take it. >> juan: gregg, what you saw voted down was the president's proposal. one of those things that got voted down. >> greg: i said this before how the script has been flipped. here is a republican offering a path to citizenship. and here are democrats blocking it. it should be a sea change where ideology and party deviate and republicans become the party of immigration. and it is interesting to see that caring for humans for democrats is only a party priority. not a moral one. so they can actually reject dreamers. they can reject the people that they claim to support. and preserve the ability to kill a viable infant. so they will throw anyone under the bus for their party. >> juan: kimberly, the contrary point of view is you had 11 republicans who voted against the president's proposal. >> kimberly: that's because there are strong voices and opinions on both sides of this. the proponents of it and people who are the detractors of it. the polling, this is
significant, is that the american voters largely support a merit based inimmigration system. the country like mexico use the same thing why can't the united states? we will see what happens. >> juan: all right. facebook friday when the five returns. stay with us ♪ when you're ready come and get it ♪ that ♪
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♪ i love to be on oscar meyer wiener ♪ that is what i'd truly like to be. >> that is very important. question frommed to s. if you can go back to one decade and have the five air five days a week just like now, this is such a great question, what decade would you pick? >> kimberly: easy. >> dana: 80's. 80's were so fun. great movies, great pop culture, great music. ronald reagan. >> kimberly: that's what i was going to say. reagan would be a fan. vets jess i'm going with the 60's. juan would have big hair. i would have long hair. gutfeld would be baked. greg greg i'm baked now. >> jesse: kimberly would have bell bottoms and talking about the civil rights and naum. >> kimberly: platform shoes on. >> greg: 60's will be ever known as stereotype.
summer love. getting high. kimberly. >> kimberly: i was the 80's, obviously because of the big hair obviously i'm still stuck in the 80's. yes, president reagan would be loving us. the five would be his favorite show. hanging out at the white house and going to dinner there and having so much fun. >> greg: i don't remember the 80's being that great. well, anyway. juan, thoughts? >> juan: i think the 60's was pretty cool because you see so many ideas gain traction everything from the women's movement to environmental movement. civil rights movement and then you, of course, the whole antiwar thing and huge controversies, assassinations, let me tell you, they wouldn't take the five off the air for a second. >> juan: i would pick the 70's. the 70's, not 1970 but '70 a.d. i don't know what we would be wearing but a lot of stuff going on. that century was pretty interesting. >> i would actually -- i would actually do -- olympics i think were naked back then. the 1970s.
>> kimberly: what? >> greg: i would library to be the 1970s because i was a kid then. like to see the world as appear adult you saw it totally differently. you think as a kid things are really great. you only had three tv stations. the food was terrible. >> dana: gas lines. >> greg: gas lines were ridiculous and impeachment. our choices were so limited yet as a kid you didn't know. you thought everybody had meat loaf every day. >> jesse: i would be defending watergate. burglary, a break-in. [laughter] >> greg: there is no collusion. [laughter] >> greg: that's so funny. so true. >> dana: you practiced. >> greg: nixon would be one lucky guy. kissinger would come on. anyway. >> kimberly: kissinger does come on. >> greg: not as much anymore. chris b. asks what is your go to movie that you can watch again and again?
jesse? >> jesse: i go casino or good fellas. any time i'm watching tv and that comes up i watch it or tommy boy. >> greg: there you go. kimberly? >> kimberly: so, i like top gun. >> dana: that's a good one. >> kimberly: right? >> greg: i like bruce willis. >> kimberly: bad boys. >> jesse: the one with sean penn. >> martin lawrence. very, very funny. >> jesse: martin. >> kimberly: martin. >> greg: one movie that's on you have to watch it. >> juan: i like caddie shack, that's pretty funny. and they run it all the time silence of the lamb. >> greg: everybody who sits in that seat silence of the lambs. >> kimberly: what does that tell you? >> juan: holidays is it called a wonderful life. >> kimberly: i like when you choose things like that. >> juan: never saw wonderful life? >> dana: i don't believe watching movies more than
once, a waste of time. >> kimberly: except for love actually. >> dana: i do watch that you a files too. we had grease. we taped it during a tornado warning. several times we would get beep, beep, beep. we would all think there was a tornadoes. >> greg: fantastic. tie between exorcist and deliverance. >> kimberly: that is so awful. >> greg: the 70's had the greatest movies. >> kimberly: why do you like movies like that? >> greg: i hope the exorcist was real, don't you? >> kimberly: no. stop talking about it. stop talking about it. >> greg: you understand. >> kimberly: no, no, no. >> jesse: she is shutting you out. >> greg: you know what i'm talking about. one more thing is up next ♪ hold tight a little longer ♪ longer with big red ♪
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kind of want to eat it but we're going to dip it. what if no one wants to buy mine. >> excess chocolate off. there you go. place it gently on the matt. >> missing champagne here i think with these. >> strawberry. >> this is nice, like chilled. >> i'm going to go one before the little of love. i would give you a bite. >> thathat was a labor of love. i'm recession proof and i know how to dip chocolate strawberries. catch the full video on facebook page goes to facebook.com/five fnc after the show and let us know what you think. juan, you are up next. >> juan: take look at this cover from home designs from winter 2018. >> whoa. >> juan: that's our very own dana perino on the cover. looks like a cow girl from a cattle ranch in wyoming can be quite stylish. >> kimberly: looks like she is in the leg chair.
>> juan: favorite part taking a break is getting away from all the politics in new york and d.c. as for the house a wicks of colors lots of wood and iron. quite tasteful. congratulations to dana on her star turn. >> dana: thank you for reading the article. >> juan: yeah, i liked it. >> greg: i will never be on a cover like that. >> dana: okay, juan, thank you very much. okay, i had something that was kind of a fun anniversary this week. anniversary, a milestone, i will tell you what podcast hit 100 episodes and five fan photo shop did us a picture down there all the fun things we like to talk about. laugh and learn. there is a really funny montage that the producer jason put together that you will laugh at. it is family-friendly, can you play it in the car. the other thing i wanted to tell you about. family friendly podcast.
>> greg: dana perino does something that's not family friendly? >> kimberly: jesse's whole standard. >> dana: okay, i won't use that adjective anymore. did i want to tell you about a play i saw last night come from away. it was fabulous. take a look at this. this always happens to me. the tallest guy with the biggest hair and the best posture sits in front of me. i had the greatest seats right in the center and my husband kept saying we can switch. i said no, but i'm glad we did switch at the very end. it's a wonderful play. if you are coming to new york. get tickets so can you see it. >> kimberly: all right. okay. greg? >> greg: know where o'reilly is. >> kimberly: god, weirdo. >> kimberly: i said biggest hair. >> greg: greg gutfeld show tomorrow it's going to be great. sean kanan terry shap pert. kat timpf and tyrus.
go to my podcast. >> kimberly: not family friendly. >> economics professor. mark j. perry. this is my economic guru whenever i want to go and find information on the economy. he is the guy i go to on twitter. fox news podcast.com. >> kimberly: you are so weird. a weekend break from you soon going to be fabulous. jesse? >> jesse: waters world brought out the heavy hitters this weekend. we have tomi lahren who is going to take on joy behar. we also have diamond and silk talking about the obama portraits that's pretty good. "sports illustrated" swimsuit edition nudity controversy. >> greg: oh my goodness. >> jesse: not family friendly in the back half of the show. tune in anyway. thank you very much. >> kimberly: there really are no words, are there? >> greg: there are some words. >> jesse: gorka is on.
>> greg: gorka. sebastian gorka. >> kimberly: everyone be yourself. don't miss an episode of the five. have a great weekend. "special report" up next. mike emanuel in for bret. >> mike: thank you, kimberly meek mike this is a fox news alert. mime mike emanuel in for bret baier. the fbi admitting it failed to follow up on a tip that virtually predicted this week's florida school shooting and even named the teenager now suspected of the deadly rampage. and here in washington, the special counsel in the investigation of alleged russian interference in the 2016 election is showing some of his cards tonight. 13 russian nationals and three russian companies have been charged in an elaborate plot through social media and the internet to damage the american political system. the indictment says some of that activity was assisted -- aimed at assisting the trump presidential campaign. however, the president is once again declaring that the finding shows there was no collusion